Keep Britain Tidy Network
To increase understanding of the Eco-Schools programme and its links to sustainability and to enable schools to progress to a Green Flag award
This course aims to enable delegates to promote sustainable behaviour and effectively engage young people in initiatives to improve the environment
The aim of this training is to successfully and safely remove graffiti by hand.
Street champion schemes recruit local residents and others on a voluntary basis to help improve the quality of their local environment by identifying and reporting incidents of litter, graffiti, fly-tipping and other issues, as well as carrying out clean-up activities themselves.
This course aims to enable delegates to devise and deliver their own campaigns in-house, and understand the wider context of marketing and communications.
This masterclass will introduce learners to the knowledge and skills required to adopt an outcomes based approach to monitoring and evaluation, either within their departments or for specific projects.
This course aims to help those responsible for improving and maintaining local environmental quality (LEQ) to develop the skills and knowledge required to do so.
Local Environmental Management (LEM) is a complex, multi-functional operation. Often, the functions are fragmented across several departments within an organisation, and this presents major challenges for those who work in the sector.
Participants will, as a key element of estate management, be able to improve and maintain cleaner, safer, greener neighbourhoods.
This half day afternoon course is a completely practical variation of our full-day Local Environmental Quality Monitoring training course. Recommended for delegates who have previously attended training and who wish to validate the consistency and accuracy of their practical surveying.